Add olive oil, lime juice, chili powder, garlic powder and then combine. In a bowl, whisk the olive oil, lemon zest and lemon juice, chopped garlic and chopped parsley. Add a couple of tablespoons of olive oil to a wok/pan over medium heat . Toss the wings in the sauce and then place wings on a plate and sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds. Order from Jeff’s Super Bowl specials (hot wings, barbecue wings, crispy chicken tenders and assorted sides at Jeffsgourmet.com).
Rubin, a professional percussionist – which is technically different than a drummer – plays at the front of his bands, getting the crowd pumped and feeding off their energy. He soon figured out that he wanted his hands, not his drumsticks, to hit the drums, and learned the bongos, congas, doumbek, cajón and timbales. “I’m amazed that there is this kind of magic in my hands.” – Dean RubinThese days, his gigs are back up and running, just like they were pre-COVID. “I’m amazed that there is this kind of magic in my hands,” he said. Until that happens — and Rubin has faith it will — he is focusing on bringing happiness to people with his magic hands.1 month ago Jewish Journal
She’s had 20 years in office,” Caruso, 63, told Jewish Insider in a phone interview last week. “He’s not of our faith, but he was very respectful of the Jewish community,” added Cunin. “The Jewish community where I went to high school, the parents were very political — far to the left,” said Bass. “The Jewish community is highly organized, highly aware and has defense mechanisms in place,” she said, emphasizing that she would work to raise public awareness about antisemitism. On the drive to Bass’ campaign event in August, she paused occasionally to point to encampments on sidewalks and under overpasses.5 months ago Jewish Insider
Religious Zionism could become the country’s third-largest political party and even the kingmakers in the Nov. 1 election, Israel’s fifth in less than four years. Professor Tamar Hermann, a senior researcher at the Israel Democracy Institute, told Jewish Insider that support for Smotrich and Ben-Gvir comes from a broad, and somewhat unexpected, cross-section of Israeli society. Polls taken since the start of the election cycle in June chart Ben-Gvir and Smotrich’s rising popularity. Hermann was quick to point out a distinction between the national religious community, which includes large swaths of Israeli society, and the Religious Zionism party. She also emphasized that it was Ben-Gvir, who is second on the party list, more so than Smotrich, who was attracting young, disaffected voters looking for an anti-establishment voice.5 months ago Jewish Insider
“Drivers leaving the Detroit metropolitan airport encounter a highway sign pointing to Henry Ford College, another to the Ford Expressway. And still another to the Henry Ford, a 250-acre museum campus dedicated, as its website says, to ‘a vibrant exploration of genius.’ Downtown, the Henry Ford Hospital bills itself as a haven of ‘science + soul.’ It is part of the Henry Ford Health system, with more than 250 locations in Michigan. Both beam from behind the slogan ‘I AM HENRY.’ Jews, so far as I can tell, are nowhere to be found in a campaign that otherwise strains for inclusivity. Jews are also hard to find on the website of the Henry Ford museum complex. People see that and feel that.’ Gestetner estimates that at least 21,000 Orthodox voters turned out for the midterms.4 months ago Jewish Insider
Discussing French affairs through cuisine is a cliché, yes, but the altered gastronomical landscape of the neighborhood is hard to miss. And what about the families erupting from Sephardic synagogues around here on Shabbat by the dozens, shouting arrête Ayala! “Dismay and deep frustration was expressed by several lawmakers and aides across the caucus Wednesday, but surprise at Jayapal’s actions were not. “‘I was naive,’ Smaker told me when I met her in Oakland, soon after The New York Times had published an article about the backlash to her film. It has more than 900 employees across its U.S. and European businesses, more than half of whom are in editorial.5 months ago Jewish Insider
Kanye West has been suspended from Twitter after tweeting an image of a swastika inside the Star of David. The tweet was deleted shortly before West’s account was deactivated on Thursday. Before his suspension, Ye had also tweeted an photograph of Twitter owner Elon Musk being hosed down on a yacht. Announcing that West’s account would be suspended after his swastika post Musk said the multi-award-winning artist had violated Twitter’s “rule against incitement to violence”. “No one who says ‘I love Hitler’ should be allowed any oxygen on any social platform (period).”3 months ago Jewish News
Welcome back and we hope you enjoy the first 2023 edition of the Daily Kickoff. Also in today’s Daily Kickoff, outgoing Rep. Elaine Luria, Art Spiegelman and former Rep. Steve Israel. The new Congress will convene at noon today in Washington, ushering in a slate of 74 newly elected House members and seven new senators. The two big items on our radar this week: the election for House speaker, and how the new Congress will address lingering allegations that Rep.-elect George Santos (R-NY) fabricated extensive portions of his biography. Sixteen of the 30 ministers in the new government are from Netanyahu’s Likud party, including Foreign Minister Eli Cohen, Defense Minister Yoav Gallant, Justice Minister Yariv Levin and Education Minister Yoav Kisch.2 months ago Jewish Insider